VIDEO: Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market

The Arts Council fundraiser gives shoppers a chance to get many holiday purchases under one roof.

The 43rd Annual Chilliwack Christmas Craft Market & Fundraiser for the Chilliwack Community Arts Council ran all weekend with lineups forming before doors opened in the morning.

The three-day, 175 vendor market is the charity organization largest fundraising event, with proceeds going toward art scholarships, community events, and subsidized art classes for children and adults throughout the year.

 

Garnet Willett of Craft-T Creations from Vernon shows potential customers some of his wife’s handmade toques.

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